In October I spent 8 days on a National Geographic Expedition visiting caves and archeological sites in Southern France and Northwestern Spain. This was my favorite of all the sites. The cave experience itself is different from the more typical large open caverns which the public usually sees, being only about 3 feet wide and not much more than 6 feet high. This puts you nose to nose with the 100's of engraved animals. The guide we had was excellent, using a red light to point out the lines which form the animals. The sheer number of engravings is astonishing. If you have any interest at all in prehistoric art, this is one you should see. (There are no photos to share because you cannot take photos inside the cave.)
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